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Sunday
Jan052014

Phil And Amy In Cincinnati To Root On The Chargers...

This kind of devotion, in light of the Rancho Santa Fe vs. Cincinnati forecasts, well all I can say: breathtaking.

Kyle Porter with the Tweeted photos of Phil and Amy Mickelson at what appears to be a chemical processing plant but is in fact the underbelly of Cincinnati's stadium where the NFL wildcard game won by the Chargers.

I wonder if Phil will show this kind of devotion when the Chargers make the move to LA?

Commissioner Monk will be glad to know that Phil intends to stop off in Denver next weekend to see the Chargers en route to his season-opening start in Abu Dhabi.

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Move to LA? Doubtful...
01.5.2014 | Unregistered CommenterPHK
Had a blast. Came from skiing in Montana so cincy wasn't bad. Anyways, Denver could be a touch cold too. We'll see next Sunday.
01.5.2014 | Unregistered CommenterPhil m
... and later: Will our hero be able to leave the exotic Emirate early enough to make it to Indianapolis for the AFC Championship game? :)
01.5.2014 | Unregistered Commenterfreshfrankie
Good for Phil, doubt that Amy acted like the Alabama fan at the Sugar Bowl:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPojG4XpLAY

funniest video of 2014
01.6.2014 | Unregistered CommenterNo Longer
NL

A big plus one +1 ! She wouldn't stop!
01.6.2014 | Unregistered Commenterdigsouth
Why would any NFL team move to LA? There's a reason 2 have left. Actually, lots of reasons...

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson threatened it (a move to LA) in an effort to chisel $144,000,000 out of the city so he could add escalators and fancier video boards to the stadium. This after the team had knocked down $112,000,000 of profits the prior 2 years combined -- http://deadspin.com/leaked-nfl-documents-while-owner-cried-hardship-carol-5988893 If you've ever been to a Panther game, well, let's just say most of those fans could use the exercise ;)
01.6.2014 | Unregistered CommenterDTF
L.A. already has a professional football team: USC.
01.6.2014 | Unregistered CommenterTom Ierubino
Glad to see you got a hair cut Phil m and thanks for informing us of your ski trips out there in fantasy land. Please be safe on the slopes.
01.6.2014 | Unregistered CommenterAmen Coroner
Sorry Phil M. The Bolo isn't going to save your bolts this week against Payton and the Broncos. Good luck in Abu Dhabi though.

P.S. Try not to wear those Dad jeans TW wore at Mile High this year on Sunday Night Football when talking to Elway.

http://www.golfdigest.com/golf-tours-news/blogs/local-knowledge/blog-tiger-woods-jeans.jpg
01.6.2014 | Unregistered CommenterEric V
Trust me, we Angelenos love not having an NFL team and the NFL loves having LA to help other cities get them new stadium deals. But inevitably, the Chargers or some other team love gladly play the Rose Bowl for three years and once Frank McCourt is dealt with, move into a stadium overlooking downtown in what is currently a Dodger Stadium parking lot.
01.6.2014 | Registered CommenterGeoff

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